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A Cure-All Solution or a Slow Poison? June 12th, 2019

A Cure-All Solution or a Slow Poison?

Worried about your dog getting dirty? Let’s face it, our furry canine friends spend a lot of time in the muck and mud. They love playing in puddles and rolling around on the grass. While you can train them to behave outdoors, it is much better than you also feed them antibiotics to keep them  Read More…

The Secrets about Apoquel for Dogs June 11th, 2019

The Secrets about Apoquel for Dogs

How many times have you found your dogs itching themselves vigorously? Your dog may even be frenziedly gnawing at his skin. This can be a heartbreaking sight for any dog owner. You want your dog to have all the health in the world, but those pesky allergies may prevent it from happening. Just like regular humans,  Read More…

Is Melatonin Safe For My Dog? June 6th, 2019

Is Melatonin Safe For My Dog?

Dogs and humans have one major thing in common: their bodies synthesize a chemical called melatonin. The pineal gland is majorly responsible for creating this chemical in your dog’s body. You may not know it, but most vets use the chemical to treat various medical conditions. Your vet may prescribe it for anxiety, insomnia, or even  Read More…

Is Prednisone Safe For Dogs? Medical Guide May 30th, 2019

Is Prednisone Safe For Dogs? Medical Guide

​​​​You’re bound to be concerned when your favorite family member falls sick. In fact, most pet owners go into panic mode wondering what could be wrong with their beloved pooch. A quick visit to the vet may make you feel better and worse at the same time.  While you’re happy that your dog can be healthy  Read More…

Let Your Canine Use THEIR Indoor Bathroom! May 22nd, 2019

Let Your Canine Use THEIR Indoor Bathroom!

Who said litter boxes were only for cats? If you have a small apartment or a dog that just can’t hold his bladder, you’ll need a solution so he can go indoors. Various factors influence what’s the perfect indoor toilet for your dog, from space and maintenance to potty training. It can be a bit overwhelming,  Read More…

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